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affleck, carol burnett, christina applegate. guesting on the tonight show with jay leno. >> cris: looks like jay leno driving down the highway. he loves his cars. giants again from their own 17 yard line. a nice ankle tackle up at the 20 by asomugha. eli in the fourth quarter last year, 15 td passes, 6 game-winning drives, including that spectacular one on that sunday night in dallas. this year 3 tds, no picks, they were down by more than ten in the first quarter in week two against the buccaneers. with that spectacular second half. the master of the comeback will have to do it again at second down and seven. >> cris: not happening. >> al: lots of time. reaching out and misses the catch is barden. into eagle territory and the tackle at the 47 yard line. gain of 31. >> cris: coleman, i told you, he jumps play action passes. watch this, play fake. comes up, ramses barden right over the top. you have to know some situations. you're inside of nine minutes and you're given a freebie. >> al: ran by asomugha as well. the ball is at the 49 yard line. hynoski was the fullback. again over the mid
by a consumer advocate and social media expert by the name of dave carol. i talked to him via skype earlier and he told me how gripevine.com worked. >> take as much bandwidth to see what happened opposed to facebook and twitter where you have 140 characters to say what you want. or, unlike facebook, where you have to like the company and get some of your information away to the company. the gripevine can you see it, take as long as you need to make it happen and what it is that you're looking for as a resolutions. and we're about solving problems and not just flashing brands or arguing. so, when you say what happened, is what is your resolution, we take that and send it to a company. >> and once the griper is satisfied, the complaint is resolved and you will so it pop up on the website listed in a column on the right-hand side of the page. now, there are dozens of big companies now connected to the site and they're listening or watching, too, as the complaints come in. verizon is month them, home demote, coca-cola -- home depot, coca-cola, sprint, just to ma'am a -- name a few. there are f
: the system is supposed to filter and circulate the water to keep it cleaner. carol johnson, national parks spokesperson, says it did. she said what happened was the level of ozone needed to prevent the algae from forming wasn't calibrated correctly. >> we had to figure out exactly how much ozone to inject into the water to kill the nutrients that the algae feeds on and because we had it to low at the beginning, algae took hold. >> i used to clean pools as an engineer and i know what can happen with this. one little change and the algae is everywhere. >> reporter: it will take a few days for clean-up to be completed and then three more days for the pool to be refilled. all the work costs about $100,000, the money coming out of national park service's maintenance budget. >> we have to do this once a year. >> reporter: the renovation project included reinforcing the bottom of the pool to prevent millions of gallons from leaking out every month. it also included new l.e.d. lights and handicapped accessible walkways, but the green project turning green wasn't in the plan. many tourists say th
spokesperson carol johnson says it did. she says what happened is that the level of ozone needed to prevent the algae from forming wasn't calibrated correctly. >> we had to do some tweaks, figure out how much ozone to inject into the water to kill the nutrients that the algae feeds on. because we had it too low at the beginning, algae took hold. >> i used to clean pools as an engineer and i know what can happen with this. one little change and the algae is everywhere. >> reporter: it will take a few days for the clean-up to be completed and then three more days for the pool to he refilled. all of the work costing about $100,000. the money coming out of the national park service's maintenance budget. >> this is a maintenance issue. we have to do this once a euro. we had to do it sooner than we thought. >> reporter: the renovation project included reunforcing the bottom of the pool to prevent millions of gallons from leaking out every month. it included new led lights. the green project turning green wasn't in the plans. >> i think it is money well spent. unfortunately, we have these mishaps
of this race appears to have changed dramatically in the wake of the debate. >> reporter: carol dougherty of the pew research group says romney's post-district attorney beat gains are across the board. he now trails the president by only one point. women say they've changed their view of romney. romney has gained among independents who have changed their view of him while again the president is down. >> romney has proven a lot. he stood toe to toe with the president. his favorable image improvedded sharply. >> reporter: the ad war is also heating up. the produces are ever sesame treat have asked the obama campaign to take down an ad featuring big bird which mocks romney's pledge to defund pbs. >> big bird, big bird. >> reporter: the romney campaign is hitting back with new spots attacking the president's record on spending. >> obama's four deficits are the four largest in u.s. history. >> reporter: with mitt romney's debate performance now showing up in the polls, it is putting even more importance on the next two debates to come. both presidential debates touched down in ohio tuesday nig
ridge and baltimore and rain into howard county, carol county as well and this continues to move to the north and to the northeast and this is going to be with us. since the movement to the east is slow, i think it will be with us the next few hours or so and once the sunsets, things will get calmer and cloudy. seventy in the city. gaithersburg cooled 64 degrees. quantico is 68. big storm system sitting and turning to the west of us and what is left of our weather from last night has crews up to the north of us and we're in the area that is a dry slot and as we look back to this, this will come across tomorrow giving us a greater chance in the cool pocket of air for a few clouds and maybe some shoty -- spotty showers. next week, though, looks great. the high pressure returns as does some warmer air and we're going to be into the 70s and tonight, lower 50s. mostly clear and overnight tonight, the clouds will build tomorrow afternoon and the planner calls for cool sunshine to start and a few clouds at noon and spotty shower possible late tomorrow afternoon and notice cooler north a
. carol is with uprooted dance. she is joining me as well. good morning to you. >> hi. good morning. >> reporter: i love the name of your dance company. i was reading it said it's all about a dance company that i can just uproot and take anywhere. >> exactly. for this performance, we're performing outside tonight before the show starts. from 7:15 to 8:00 you can see us performing on the sidewalk. >> reporter: one of the things we're seeing this morning is what you call the balloon dance. >> sure. >> reporter: explain what it is and what we're supposed to get out of this. >> sure. i think there is a feeling of innocence lost that is finally regained at the end of the dance. the balloon symbolizes a sense of hope and lightness, dreaminess, that the dancer first loses and regains at the end. >> reporter: the one thing you've tried to make your mission is make people think outside the box. >> yes. >> reporter: how do you do that? >> we are theatrical, so we use a lot of props, set design, costume design, video. bringing other elements in. >> reporter: i'm going to let you go ahead and g
, the musician. he was born in 33. carol burnett, michael kaine, the actor and justice ruth badder ginsburg, also born in 1933 and ironically, wisdom martin born in 1933. >> zing. >> i'll deal with you later. >> you can eat your cupcakes. >> i got my georgetown cupcakes. >> ' going to smash one in your face if you keep that going thank you, dave. >>> whether or not you are going to the game, metro and d- d.o.t. are asking people to avoid switching lines downtown on metro. you might want to take the new jersey avenue entrance to the navy yard ballpark station because it tends to be less crowded. also, make sure to have your smart trip card loaded or your fare card ready to go to avoid all those long lines at the fare machines. if you are driving, there are several street closures and we have got those listed on myfoxdc.com under web links. >>> look at the morning's on top stories. more trouble for former d.c. council chairman kwame brown. a judge is placing him under curfew after he missed three court appointed pre-trial check- ins. he is under a curfew and will have to stay at home from 11:00 p.m
. >> reporter: dare we start singing carols. myfoxdc.com, we have a link to ed's plant world. before we go, here, bryce, can you blow a kiss to allison? sorry, just wants to make out with me. can you blow a kiss? kind of, allison. that was just for you. >> thank you so much. how adorable, holly. thank you. so cute. >>> reds skins quarterback robert griffin iii gets a shout out on a wrap getting hits on youtube. it's called rg3 and it's the work of money mike and b boy jedson. when they aren't making music they are michael and brian. right now we know them as money mike and b boy. good morning. >> good morning. >> i'm happy you came in. this is the sweetest little face. your daughter. >> little superstar here. >> are you a fan of the redskins, sweetie? >> she says, uh-huh. tell us how this song came to be. >> basically, like, when he got drafted, everything he stood for, he's very motivational person. i just felt like we needed, every super hero needs an anthem. >> you're the lead rapper. brian, you're the hype man. >> hype man and make the video. director and producer of the video. >> why would
an unlicensed daycare. police found six children under the age of 2 inside the manassas home of carol lupe and say three kids were unattended. investigators believe her 16- year-old daughter was often forced to work long hours caring for the children. lupe is facing four counts. >>> the search continues for a fairfax county teenager tonight. 17-year-old brian glenn has been missing since monday morning. he was last seen dropping his younger brother off at woodson high school. police found his car about 1/2- mile away near fayette park. sky fox overhead today as investigators combed the area for clues. they reviewed surveillance video from a nearby dunkin' donuts. there was a receipt in glenn's car timestamped 8 a.m. monday morning. >>> a live look outside, comfortable, looks like we'll see some changes as the weekend rolls in and rolls out of town. sue palka in the weather center with those details. >> i would describe them as dramatic changes, too brian, but tonight things are looking very good. we'll show you our temperatures around the region. first of all, no fog and no showers to deal
like carol county and some clouds at 7 and at 9, and i think some drizzle mixed in later on this evening. the temperatures should for the most part day is in the mid-60s or so the next hour. all eyes on sandy and what that is going to do for us coming up. >> gary, thank you very much. we'll see you in a few. >>> and we're going to go live now in chicago, illinois. president obama is casting his ballot today and voting early. we understand a short time ago, apparently on twitter, they reporting the president joked as he showed his i.d. to one of the poll workers and he told them to ignore the gray hair he has. he's the same person on the driver's license. certainly, we have seen him go more gray since taking office. president obama is voting early prior to the november election. >> and i would imagine going gray has something to do with a job. >>> find out why a school board member is calling for a football ban in his district. hi, scott. >> and don't count on pierre for pittsburgh. he got the results back of yesterday's mri on his foot. the big question is not whether he
understand. thank you. i want to ask carol goldberg to stand up. >> the outsourcing of american jobs overseas has taken a toll on our economy. what plans do you have to put back and keep jobs here in united states? >> great question. you're absolutely right. the place we have seen manufacturing go is china. a lot of good people have lost jobs. half a million manufacturing jobs have been lost in the last four years. one of the reasons for that is people think it is more attractive to go offshore than to stay here. we have made it less attractive for enterprises to stay here than to go offshore. what i will do as president is to make sure it is more attractive to come to america again. this is the way we will create jobs in this country. it is not by trickle-down government. trickle-down government has never worked, never worked anywhere. i want to make america the most attractive place in the w for small business, for big business, to invest and grow in america. we're gong to have to make sure that as we trade with other nations, that they play by the rules. china has not. one of the ways they
the amount of the camera fines. >> right now speed camera tickets can be as much as $250. carol gray houston is live this morning with the details. some good news for motorists. >> reporter: hey good morning allison and good morning tony. truth be told the steep fines have become an irritant to d.c. motorists who feel they're more like revenue enhancers than safety features. take a look at the cameras down here if you can see them on 16th street near carter baron. they can sneak right up on you. the fines can range from $75 to $250. if you don't pay the ticket in 30 days those fines double. well the two d.c. council members mary share and tommy wells have been leading the charge to reduce the fines and wells plans to introduce legislation to the full council today aimed at making some changes. we are going to be going to the council to find out for you exactly how much those changes -- those fines would go down. the red light cameras would not be the ones to change. it would be the speeding cameras and councilman tommy wells is hoping the move will eliminate the concern or the suspicion that
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